Analyzing the Present to Protect the Future

Conservation in a Changing World

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Wood Thrush banded at HMF

Hi, my name's Jeff Brown and welcome to my homepage. I am a 4th year PhD candidate at Rutgers University in the Lockwood Lab. My main interests are teaching and conservation. I primarily focus on conservation in urban settings and the challenges posed by human influence. Click the different links located at the top or in the corner to learn more about my research and teaching. Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions or would like to know more.

My research and interest using only the 1000 most common English words:

More and more people now live in our world. Many people live very close together. I study how animals in spaces with many people live and how to make animals lives better. Most of my work is with flying animals and little animals with no backs. I want my work to help keep green places safe and get humans to get along with green places.

Getting students to learn and study write facts is also important to me. In my classes, I talk about flying animals, animals with backs, animal acting, and keeping trees safe. Getting students happy about studying is a large part of my life

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curriculum vitae

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Rutgers University
14 College Farm Road
New Brunswick, NJ